# What's New on STW

We add new printable worksheets, games, and teaching tools all the time! This page highlights some of our most recent additions to the site.

471 new files added over the past 365 days. Yellowstone was the first national park in the United States. It is home to Old Faithful, a geyser that regularly erupts with a spray of water and steam.
Niagara Falls is located between the United States and Canada. It is a popular tourist destination for visitors from around the world.
Glacier National Park covers over a million acres of Montana. It is home to grizzly bears, moose, wolverines and lynxes.
The Grand Canyon is known for its enormous size and colorful landscape. It also reveals some of the most ancient rock layers in all of North America.
Crater Lake National Park is located in Oregon, in the United States. Crater Lake is a deep blue lake sitting within a crater. It is the deepest lake in the USA.
Add each pair of addends (up to 5 digits). Then sort them into two categories: odd sums and even sums.
These addition problems are written on graph paper squares to help students better see the place value column alignment.
Interpret data on a table. Review multi-digit addition and subtraction. Calculate elapsed time. Divide 18 items equally among three people.
Determine how much liquid is in each of the two beakers and subtract to find the difference. Solve multi-step problems using knowledge of the four operations. Divide \$20 equally among four children. Have you seen the Super Teacher Blog? We post fun, new teaching ideas every month.
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Solve multi-step word problems using knowledge of the four operations. Compare fractions of pizzas. Solve a basic multiplication and division problem.
Review elapsed time, fractions of a set, basic multiplication & division, and reading data on a line plot.
Compare using the words most and fewest as well as tallest and shortest. Add using pictures of beads and unifix snap cubes. Subtract using pictures of fish.
Determine who has more and who has less. Use illustrations to subtract coins. Identify a rectangle and count the sides. Count to 70 by 10s.
Find a pair of numbers that make ten, using a tens chart. Count bundles of dowel rods by tens. Count the sides on a hexagon. Add and subtract.
Skip count by tens. Then add and subtract using illustrations and tens charts. Answer questions related to most and fewest objects. We give away a different prize for teachers each month.
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Solve two very basic subtraction problems with illustrations: (3-1=2) and (4-2=2). Add counters on a ten frame. Identify a trapezoid and count its sides.
On these word problems, students will count the number of sides on a polygon, add pencils, and add bundles of sticks by skip counting.
Add to calculate the number of counters of a tens chart. Determine which number has the greatest value. Solve word problems with illustrations.
Subtract the losing team's score from the winning team's score to figure out how many points the winning team came out on top by.
Add the number on the quarterback's jersey to the number on the receiver's jersey to complete each pass.
Find the missing addends to calculate the number of years your team needs to score a touchdown.
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Hoover Dam was built during the Great Depression, in the Colorado River, on the border between Arizona and Nevada.
One of the most well-known U.S. landmarks, the Statue of Liberty was a gift to the American people from France.
Julia Child was a famous French chef who wrote several cookbooks and went on to become a television star.
Amelia Earhart was the first female pilot to fly solo across the
Atlantic Ocean.
Sacagawea was a Native American woman from the Lemhi Shoshone tribe who assisted members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Monkey, Squirrel, and Sloth are three friends who disagree on what color to paint their treehouse.
Luca and Ivy are collecting colorful autumn leaves and using them to make shapes on the ground.
John Jay co-wrote the Federalist Papers with Alexander Hamilton and James Madison. He was also appointed the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
American Founding Father Samuel Adams signed the Declaration of Independence and served in the Second Continental Congress.
Sojourner Truth was was an American abolitionist and women’s rights activist. She was also the first black woman to win a lawsuit against a white man.
Look at the price of the rubber duck, toy train, yo-yo, teddy bear, baseball, and xylophone. Find the "next dollar up" for each.
Look at the prices of the pretzel, pizza, soup, hamburger, and fries. Round each up to the next dollar.
This file contains task cars with pictures and prices for 20 different items. Round each one up to the next dollar to determine how many dollars are needed.
This is the final set in the 5th grade Math Buzz series. Write exponents in standard form. Add parenthesis to make equations true (order of operations). Calculate and plot data on a coordinate grid. Solve multi-step word problems.
Add units of length together (miles and yards). Multiply decimals. Solve equations using the order of operations (including parenthesis and brackets). Use data in a table to write an equation.
Multiply decimals by 2-digit numbers, review prime factorization, convert standard units, and calculate the volume of an irregular shape.
This week, students will practice plotting points on a coordinate grid, dividing with decimals, converting gallons to quarts, and finding the volume of an irregular shape.
In week 26 of our 5th grade Math Buzz series, students will: count cubes to determine the volume of a rectangular prism, classify quadrilaterals, solve word problems, and divide by exponents.
Answer questions related to: order of operations, converting from kilometers to meters, multiplying decimals, factoring, and long division with decimals.
Louisa May Alcott is the American author who wrote the Little Women book series.
Orville and Wilbur Wright were two American brothers who invented and flew the first motorized airplane in the world. In 1903, this historic flight took place in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
Solve eight 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems. This worksheets has pictures of cute monsters.
Multiply decimals by 10, 100, and 1,000. Add units of time. Evaluate expressions with exponents. Insert parenthesis to make equations true. Divide fractions and simplify.
This set has more perimeter, area, and volume problems. There are also a few problems on multiplying and dividing fractions. Students will complete a factor tree. Each worksheet also has a word problem to solve.
More 5th grade M.B. activities. Find the perimeter of an irregular quadrilateral by adding the lengths of the sides (decimal units). Multiply mixed numbers and simplify. Evaluate expressions and compare using the symbols <, >, and =. Solve multi-step word problems.
Find the perimeter of a quadrilateral by adding the sides (decimal units). Find the least common multiple (LCM) of a pair of numbers. Answer questions about points on a coordinate grid. Multiply mixed numbers and fractions together. Count cubes to find the volume of an irregular solid.
Plot and label points of a coordinate plane. Interpret a fraction as a division problem. Add, subtract, and multiply decimal numbers. Complete an input/output table and find the rule. Solve single-step and multi-step word problems.
Review decimal place value (expanded and standard form), multiply by powers of ten, solve operations with decimals, find the area of a rectangle by multiplying a whole number by a fraction.
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